Calm. Imaginative. Sincere.
I did not invent the noir detective. I am not the first who cried while witnessing a child receive a puppy. And I am certainly not the only one to be moved by the reuniting of lost loves. But I enjoy retelling those stories – and I cannot wait to tell yours.
The narrator is what made me want to give this a shot. I could tell the narrator had a stronger passion for this work than I did based on a sample I heard so I requested and received a free copy if I were to give an honest review. When Kerouac is hyper and first arriving in Big Sur it is very fast paced and I feel the speed picked up. In contrast, when Kerouac was calmly, if that is possible for him, describing something the tone slightly reduced which had an amazing affect! It was almost like there were a couple periods thrown in the mix without interrupting the flow.
Ticky Tavy, San Diego CA. Audible Listenerfor Big Sur by Jack Kerouac
A very well-written book it was very enjoyable. Mike was a very interesting character and the narrator was good and overall it was a very good book. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
Rebecca Azizov, Audible Listenerfor Coastside Detectives – The Grand View – by Matthew O’Malley
Once again the author creates an arousing erotic tale. This is another book in the series of training young women to become concubines in a future high-tech society. The narrator has a very sexy voice and this only adds to the erotic pleasure of the story.
Drifter, Audible Listenerfor The Oak Street Method – Frankie and Mary by Emily Tilton
Telling stories one page at a time.
My story telling career began when I was in the second grade. I remember walking into a small dark room that had a soft padded cushion that I could kneel down on. Then, suddenly, I heard the opening of a secret panel. I could see a small amount of light, but that was all.
I remembered from my catechism classes that that was my cue: “Bless me father…” And roughly 35 minutes later I walked out of the darkened room.
I recall overhearing a man that was wearing a long black cape (it looked like a cape to me) whispering to one of my teachers: “Now that boy is a storyteller!”
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